Department of Numbers

COVID-19 Case Statistics by State

The data below show COVID-19 case statistics as of Sunday February 21 2021. Data is provided by the COVID Tracking Project. Click on a heading to sort or a state name for more testing data as well as historical data.

State Total
Cases
Total
Cases
per 1M
Daily
Positives
(7d Avg)
Daily
Positives
per 1M
(7d Avg)
Total
Deaths
Total
Deaths
per 1M
Daily
Deaths
(7d Avg)
Daily
Deaths
per 1M
(7d Avg)
US 27,879,604 84,022 64,301 193.8 489,060 1,473.9 1890.3 5.7
Alabama 486,843 99,291 845 172.2 9,592 1,956.3 50.0 10.2
Alaska 55,198 75,454 131 178.9 289 395.1 1.0 1.37
Arizona 807,967 111,004 1,528 209.9 15,505 2,130.2 75.3 10.34
Arkansas 315,514 104,550 355 117.7 5,357 1,775.1 13.1 4.36
California 3,441,946 87,111 6,010 152.1 49,105 1,242.8 323.1 8.18
Colorado 420,614 73,039 968 168.1 5,892 1,023.1 9.7 1.69
Connecticut 273,101 76,600 823 231.0 7,523 2,110.1 20.3 5.69
Delaware 84,732 87,015 247 253.7 1,367 1,403.8 12.0 12.32
DC 39,648 56,179 104 147.8 995 1,409.8 2.3 3.24
Florida 1,834,708 85,424 5,793 269.7 30,434 1,417.0 165.6 7.71
Georgia 985,505 92,820 2,967 279.4 16,744 1,577.0 124.7 11.75
Hawaii 27,904 19,708 47 33.4 431 304.4 0.7 0.5
Idaho 169,150 94,648 238 133.2 1,826 1,021.7 3.3 1.84
Illinois 1,174,409 92,679 1,751 138.2 22,466 1,772.9 49.3 3.89
Indiana 655,541 97,374 952 141.4 12,372 1,837.7 28.4 4.22
Iowa 277,268 87,880 361 114.4 5,336 1,691.2 14.3 4.53
Kansas 290,832 99,829 676 231.9 4,614 1,583.8 35.7 12.26
Kentucky 396,997 88,860 1,171 262.2 4,447 995.4 23.6 5.28
Louisiana 424,176 91,244 612 131.7 9,466 2,036.2 24.9 5.35
Maine 43,497 32,359 138 102.9 658 489.5 1.3 0.96
Maryland 376,355 62,252 767 126.9 7,715 1,276.1 23.0 3.8
Massachusetts 569,284 81,917 1,644 236.5 15,826 2,277.3 48.9 7.03
Michigan 636,269 63,711 1,045 104.6 16,342 1,636.3 31.9 3.19
Minnesota 479,036 84,941 781 138.5 6,432 1,140.5 8.0 1.42
Mississippi 290,632 97,654 457 153.4 6,553 2,201.8 13.0 4.37
Missouri 474,997 77,393 537 87.4 7,715 1,257.0 37.1 6.05
Montana 98,779 92,422 197 184.2 1,342 1,255.6 2.1 2.01
Nebraska 198,949 102,847 245 126.5 2,047 1,058.2 6.4 3.32
Nevada 290,972 94,467 375 121.7 4,872 1,581.7 23.3 7.56
New Hampshire 73,413 53,992 375 276.1 1,154 848.7 3.0 2.21
New Jersey 766,405 86,286 2,917 328.4 22,858 2,573.5 57.7 6.5
New Mexico 182,789 87,174 317 151.1 3,624 1,728.3 13.6 6.47
New York 1,578,785 81,157 7,002 359.9 37,851 1,945.7 104.7 5.38
North Carolina 842,637 80,342 2,963 282.5 10,926 1,041.8 62.1 5.93
North Dakota 99,277 130,274 97 127.5 1,465 1,922.4 0.6 0.75
Ohio 953,767 81,595 2,060 176.2 16,816 1,438.6 67.1 5.74
Oklahoma 419,354 105,979 830 209.8 4,181 1,056.6 22.4 5.67
Oregon 152,711 36,207 382 90.7 2,154 510.7 2.4 0.58
Pennsylvania 913,497 71,356 2,655 207.4 23,597 1,843.2 71.6 5.59
Puerto Rico 99,084 31,025 211 66.0 1,979 619.7 8.6 2.68
Rhode Island 123,145 116,245 223 210.5 2,376 2,242.9 6.3 5.93
South Carolina 504,149 97,917 2,408 467.7 8,324 1,616.7 46.6 9.05
South Dakota 111,304 125,816 141 159.7 1,863 2,105.9 2.7 3.07
Tennessee 765,137 111,974 1,103 161.4 11,133 1,629.3 28.6 4.18
Texas 2,588,101 89,258 4,006 138.2 41,343 1,425.8 116.6 4.02
Utah 366,735 114,392 777 242.4 1,852 577.7 8.3 2.58
Vermont 14,493 23,226 117 186.8 197 315.7 1.1 1.83
Virginia 564,115 66,090 2,017 236.3 7,331 858.9 45.6 5.34
Washington 333,794 43,834 821 107.8 4,822 633.2 21.0 2.76
West Virginia 129,616 72,328 290 161.7 2,261 1,261.7 7.3 4.07
Wisconsin 612,240 105,152 718 123.3 6,871 1,180.1 18.0 3.09
Wyoming 53,795 92,949 94 162.7 662 1,143.8 2.1 3.7